Elizaveta Ershova

UiT – The Arctic University of Norway

Elizaveta is a post-doctoral fellow at UiT – The Arctic University of Norway, and is part of the Arctic Seasonal Ice Zone Ecology (ArcticSIZE) group. She has been involved in Arctic marine research for over a decade, and has worked in Arctic institutions in three different countries. Her main area of expertise is marine pelagic ecosystems, and her research interests include both broad marine community ecology of polar regions with connection to physical processes and climatic forcing, and functional biology and ecology of individual species forming these communities. These include life history adaptations to high-latitude environments, trophic ecology and food webs in pelagic ecosystems, and reproductive biology. Prior to coming to UiT, Elizaveta has been part of the Russian-American Long-Term Census of the Arctic (RUSALCA), working jointly in Russia and in Alaska, where her main work focused on zooplankton communities of the Chukchi Sea. In addition to the Chukchi region, her work has taken her to the White Sea, Bering Sea, the Gulf of Alaska, Beaufort Sea, the Eurasian shelf seas, and the Central Arctic Ocean.

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